For the first time this season, the Massachusetts swim teams traveled to different locations. The men competed against Yale while the women took on Northeastern as both teams dropped their meets after impressive showings at Boston University’s Terrier Invitational.
The Massachusetts swimming and diving teams both earned third place at Boston University’s Terrier Invitational. Jason Cook led the men’s diving team with two victories, while the swim team had 22 top-five individual finishes.
Running in mud on a rainy day in Boston, the Massachusetts men’s and women’s cross country teams placed 11th out 36 teams and 20th out of 35, respectively, in the NCAA Regional Qualifier. Both teams will next head to New York City this weekend to take part in the IC4a Championships.
In a homecoming of sorts, UMass will face a Bearcats team coached by two former Minutemen. Sean Clark, a 1993 graduate, coaches the swim team, while R.J. Rappe was the captain of the 2007-2008 Minutemen diving squad.
The Massachusetts men’s and women’s swim teams each defeated Stony Brook in 193-
101 and 180-115 victories, respectively, on Saturday. Win the wins in the dual
meet, both move to 2-1 on the season.
“Volcano” rips the roof off of what a rock song is supposed to sound like. The opening song on Jupiter One’s sophomore album is destined to be a theme tune somewhere. And “Sunshower” does not end there.
The Massachusetts swimming team topped Army for its first dual meet victory with help from Elizabeth Walsh. Walsh was named the UMass/Dinn Bros. Athlete of the Week for winning the 200-yard freestyle, the 200-yard backstroke, as well as the 400-yard freestyle relay.
Regina Spektor owned the room Monday, Oct. 12 at Northampton’s Calvin Theater with her delicate piano taps and enraptured fans.
After an impressive showing at the Paul Short Inivitational, the UMass cross country team will head to Boston this weekend to compete in the New England Championships, a race in which they were very successful last season.
With the lowest spread between runners’ finishing times at the tournament, the Massachusetts men’s cross country team placed eighth at last weekend’s 36th annual Paul Short Run.
Junior Kellie Walter found the right time to score her first goal of the season as it helped the Hawks win their first game of the season. The win was part of a tournament at Northwestern.
The Colonial Athletic Association played several Football Bowl Subdivision teams. One of the notable games was Maryland narrowly defeating James Madison.